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that's not a lot of people came and helped us. the police department, teachers and family came to support us. >> we shall them as a community we support them. >> there surpassed their goal of $1,000. could what ought cu >>vicki: people protested outside the hyatt hotel. >>da: it was allowed, heated and passionate demonstrations. some workers accused this hotel of abuse in employees and paying below average wages. >> the tree like an animal. >> maria lopez has worked here for about five years and claims management mistreated her what she was pregnant. caught the wants of for a unit of this hotel. bill tush general manager says the accusations are not shoot -- are not true. >> we treat our employees with the highest respect. [ male announcer ] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ like this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every ste
tunnels, and world war ii spies. they're all part of the nation's largest train terminal. join us as we take a tour. >> i'll tell you why kansas owe. >> behind the wheel, your everyday distractions can turn into dangerous habits. >> and we're just getting started, so stay tuned. >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm livia. here's our top story for this week. >> scientists call them "neos" -- near-earth objects. they're asteroids and comets that might someday be on a course to collide with our planet. it might sound like a movie plot, but tyler tells us that nasa takes neos very seriously. in fact, all should. >> so, do you worry that something from outer space may crash into the earth? >> i think the chances are pretty slim. >> sometimes, like when i'm daydreaming in the middle of history class. >> no. i don't worry about something from outer space crashing into the earth. >> i don't worry about it a lot because i feel like we would have had a lot of warning from a lot of people and on the news, so i don't think that it's much to worry about. >> the universe isn't quit
traffic flowing many people use this street you will have to do a reverse, so to speak. this will be happening with five-seven years because this central subway project is not expected to be completed until 2019 and it is not really 80 toward it is really expected to be called a new configuration. we will be back with more. that fog coming in fro traffic is very light right now. wow, look at this bed! this nightstand! this wardrobe! what are you doing here? you're in ikea. my dream bedroom is in ikea? yes. what's that bedroom over there? that's your husband's dream bedroom. whatever your style, take home your dream bedroom together. ikea. the life improvement store. dollars per day the u.s. postal service is facing a crisis. if congress does not act by this wanted the service could default on a $5.5 billion bailout from the federal government. the sluggish recent processing plants has cost this cut back. they want to reduce the amount of money set aside for pensions and health benefits. >> the that is modernization, is just not need to be as quick as necessary. >> the u
, or hockey -- you should use a plastic eye shield. for other sports where you may get hit in the eye, goggles might be the ticket. if you swim, goggles that are watertight are a good idea. chemicals like chlorine can damage your cornea. >> i do track, so i don't need any eye protection for that. >> actually, you probably do. outdoor sports like track and skiing expose your eyes to the sun's harmful ultraviolet light. so look for goggles that give full protection against uva and uvb rays. >> my sister and i really love to go on the moguls. those bumps go really fast. >> hannah was wearing glasses under her ski goggles. she thought she was protected, but she wasn't. >> and then i just fell. one of my sides of the glasses that connects to your ear, it just broke off. >> when you're playing sports, and you're wearing glasses underneath your goggles, if you get hit in the face, the goggles can get compressed and then compress the glasses. the lenses are usually shatterproof, but the frames can break, and a broken frame near the eye can certainly damage the eye. >> that's why many athletes wear con
166,000 and 6200 of the driver's side the inner door latch could not work if the locks are used and shot, simultaneously. these recalls will begin next month. >> ford is telling some buyers of the 2013 to not to drive it because the engine could catch on fire. and i they could crack and leak the fuel line. this just before it cylinder engine. just impacting--the four- cylinder engines. with reports of fires and thankfully, no injuries. many will get repaired even before they are sold off the car lot. >> this crash sent people to the hospital from dismantled wreck. this plain clothes officer noticed a driver driving erratically. when a patrol car attempted to pull over this cart there was a short chase. and the car continued and id and it collided with another car. the suspect got out of the car and ran but he was detained. >> a quick break with this live look outside on this thursday morning. an excellent start to the day. this warm up beginning. >> welcome back in the san francisco and was a dead after he was shot and killed for attacking a co- worker at a chocolate factory. th
of the deadliest mass shootings in recent u.s. history. when the gas began to spread, some moviegoers thought it was a stunt that was part of the "the dark knight rises," one of the most highly anticipated films of the summer. they saw a silhouette of a person in the smoke near the screen, first pointing a gun shooting. holmes had an assault rifle, a shotgun and two pistols, a federal law enforcement official said, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss the ongoing investigation. fbi agents and police used a hook and ladder fire truck to reach holmes' apartment and discovered the unit was booby trapped. authorities evacuated five buildings as they determine how to disarm flammable and explosive material. he is currently in a solitary confinement. with first degree murder. he is expected in court on monday. investigators think that it was carefully planned. with a pistol, a semi-automatic rifle and a shotgun. recently. also 6000 rounds of ammunition on the internet. he also purchased and assault the best. magazine holders. the ceo of the gear is says that it is company online purcha
to the hospital with injuries of use. >> reporter: 16 year old a leah johnson remains missing. oakland police took the children's mother, stepfather and babysitter into custody when investigators found cubs year-old child with severe injuries from being abused. investigators say i-after- invested their said after seeing news reports a family member contacted authorities in turn three of the four missing children over the police. but their 16 year- old sister is still missing. here at children's hospital there 3 year-old brother remained in critical condition. >> james: and look back with more headlines in just a minute ticket quick look outside to take a brief break and be back with more in a moment. the golden gate bridges in the background. >> james: president barak obama the partly to the bus tour of ohio. >> james: his 250 mi. betting on america bus tour is taking him through several northern ohio communities when he receives strong support back in 2008. it will also taken to pennsylvania with a stop in pittsburgh. yesterday he talked immigration and naturalization ceremony in washington he we
ahead, will tell you what the u.s. army has told of sponsorship from nascar we look at why china's economy is slowing down. >>stanley: coming up, wheelchair's are ending up on the streets of san francisco. i will explain in the next edition of people behaving badly. >> but we take you to a new restaurant which brings the flavors of the french and spanish countrysides to downtown san francisco. >> mitt romney if formal rival in pennsylvania. >> heavy rain did not stop the president's visit to virginia. it was the part of a two day campaign swing. >> of the outcome of this election will determine what happens for the next 20 years. >> on saturday the obama campaign released this ad featuring mitt romney. for the >> mr. romney has a different idea. invested in companies that have been called the pioneers of outsourcing. i do not want a pioneer and outsourcing. >> romney spent the day at his lake house in new hampshire. his onetime rival, santorum, a campaign on his behalf for the first time speaking in of the pena. >> we must rally behind and to do everything we possibly can to supp
with us also that we can shut down this city. >> marty: police said they shot harding because he pulled out a gun and fired at damping--at them. they said the bullet that killed him actually came from his own gun, they believe he accidently shot himself as he ran away from officers. >> ysabel: now police are investigating a murder in san francisco south of market. an old man was shot and killed late last night. we saw reports of that shooting just after 11:00 p.m.. officers that a contract from the victim lying on the block suffering from a gunshot wound, he was announced debt at the scene. >> marty: a federal grand jury has indicted 48 members and associates of a game. they were indicted for drug trafficking, identity theft, firearm possession and attempted murder. this follows an 18 month-long investigation that was done by the d.a., the secret service and the local police department. >> marty: -- >> ysabel: 82 year old boy has died following a fire. --a two year old boy has died. the child's grandmother remains in critical condition at the hospital. the construction crew there notice
new sexual transmission of hiv. >> reporter: up to now this has been used to treat people with hiv but now the fda has approved it to be used for those that did not have the virus to prevent them from getting it. researchers say when taken properly is quite effective. >> the success was highly highly effective. >> reporter: those who are in the fight against aids and hiv say this is greatly needed. >> we have about 50,000 people that are infected anything we can do to help prevent the spread of hiv is a tremendous advance. >> reporter: you must be hiv negative to take this, you must be continually tested. the drug is not cheap to take this on a yearly basis it costs about $13,000 average. >> reporter: the san francisco aids foundation says it is now incumbent upon them and others like them to talk with the manufacturer as will the federal government to make sure that prices not a barrier and this drug still gets to those that needed the most. >> james: that drug does have its opponents they argue that the drug release could be to risk your behavior people going forward without th
will take a look at the technology that one please department is going to be using to enforce that message. and before the holiday has begun, san francisco please have their hands full with homemade explosives. we will have details on this a first a quick look at weather and traffic. >> james: happy fourth of july and this is what the weather is going to be like today. that is going to be the kind whether we will enjoy all day today in a matter when you are. we will start off with some low clouds and patchy fog, but we are off to a pretty good start. this afternoon expect a lot of sunshine and out to warm temperatures around the bay with even hot conditions in and hit temperatures in the 80s and 90s and this evening will keep the mamie clear and mild as we head into the evening hours. we will have a more detailed forecast of what to expect now wants to traffic. >> george: we have an easy ride around the bay area no problems here. >> darya: good morning and thank you george, the search continues for four missing children that authorities believe are in danger. their mother, stepfather and b
need to know. >> which u.s. state would like to be your valentine? we'll get to the heart of the matter in this week's "flag facts." >> i'll tell you about some texas teens who share an extraordinary gift. >> coming up, i'll show you how to go from the fleece of a sheep to the wool of a scarf. >> that and lots more, right now on "teen kids news." >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm siena. here's our top story for this week. >> it's no secret that american teens need to get healthier. but that can be a challenge, especially because a lot of us like eating in places where food is fast and cheap. nicole tells us why some fast food can be a fast route to health problems later in life. >> i like cheeseburgers and fries. >> i'd have to say french fries. >> if i could find a really good hamburger... >> my favorite fast food would be onion rings because they're just really delicious. >> it tastes great, and it's pretty affordable. so what's the problem? >> well, there is a problem, but only if we're eating too often in fast-food restaurants, or we're making choices that aren
us on monday for updates on the record date. will also happily this information on facebook in it twitter. the facebook has moved from colorado to the bay area. da lin tells us about his first trip since being elected into office. >> a sold-out obama fund- raiser at the fox theater. monday's event in a town oakland will be his first public appearance. the. >> them a secret signs and has this >> i think that it may affect our business. re-bath could miss some revenue but i think it is worth it to be able to have a president here. oakland police will shut down some streets around the theater and parking will be allowed during the day. about 2800 people are expected to attend. ticket prices range from $100 to $7,500 and. during his visit the president will also attend to other fund-raisers in neighboring cities. the tickets for those events are close the canallers per person. >> i am hoping he embraces the 99%. he needs to embrace us rather than alienate us. but >>vicki: the president arrived a run on a 3:00 p.m.. reggie kumar was there for the arrival. >>reggie: air force one
this date they shoot us down how many shut them down if if organizers have not set for short hair how they will try to disrupt many service again. officers either drive by or police on bicycles as well. they are keeping their distance for now. there are a lot of banners and signs. for right now, it is a very peaceful protest. thus there are just singing and addressing the crowd. maureen kelly has more on the muni destruction that was caused by this morning's demonstration. >> around 7:00 a.m. a few dozen protesters marched in a circle across the muni metro tracks blocking the path of the core j and m lines. muni had advanced heart of the protest and broad and shuttle buses. the group then moved on, slowing traffic in front of the office still. they carried signs calling for an end police brutality to a guy who had a close eye on the demonstration. adam mother at the man the -- the mother of the man at the center of the action says she is gratified. >> it means so much to see the support of the community standing up and fighting back against police brutality. we are tired of the police
the police officers in the community. we want the community to stand with us so that we can shut down the city. >> reporter: back live you can see one officer there and many others are driving around on patrol. the police to plummet to recover the bullet, the ticket to the coroner's office and another examined it, they say that the not come from a police officer because it was a different caliber but they say you have yet to find the gun, there is no way that he would killed himself that is what the supporters say. we have not seen any supporters yet, but the protesters, you can come back out to me live and i will give you an update. >> darya: we will keep our eye on this. >> justine: we are just getting word that in sunnyvale, police have one person in custody as they search for a home invasion suspect. police are still looking for a second person. they have shut down a lot of streets in the area. they are searching the neighborhood for one of the person that is believed to be involved in this home invasion this was just in to the kron4 newsroom i will keep you updated on the develop
will tran is out of one of the buss duct. us. is a heavy cloud cover art around this place to get a misty driving rain onto the windshield. today we are dealing with which roads. there is one card using the windshield wipers. is another car the use this when to what results driving around this morning do not be surprised if some places the fog is thicker than others. recording from san bruno will tran kron 4 news pin died >> ball park was a getting into upscale homes and out so through unlocked doors and open windows pit officials as saying ahead you need to lock up your house when you leave pin police said stepped up their patrols and that area pin. and residents need to do their part >> sometimes it is reorganized out you still have to lock up your residence when you leave for the day pin >>darya: >>mark: san bruno district attorney says it will not be charging san the ball with allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman last month in. they read the poor is not enough evidence to charge and trim -- can. the district attorney says the were no additional evidence or other witnesses
>> the reason stores have like this impact us is because stories like this is that we could understand what it would like to be somebody that we love taken from us in this fashion. >> the president of the united states speaking of why the colorado massacre killed so many. some of those injured were visited by the president. over this weekend. and this is from aurora, colorado. >> of this community of aurora, colorado paid tribute to those lost last night. >> while our hearts are broken our communities are not. we will take this experience and used this to strengthen our commitment to each other. >>reporter: some of them were backed mat that man shirt. >> we will rise again because we are colorado's. >> color modeo.. >> my main task was to serve as a representative of the entire country and let them know that we are thinking about them at this point. . >>reporter: james holmes has been planning this for months. . this individual, in my opinion is a cold, calculating and murder. >> 12 people died and nearly 60 were hurt from this suspected the gunmen opened fire tear meat midn
again. kron 4's reggie kumar is live where a home was broken into and he tells us about the advice authorities are giving people there. >> reporter: a home here recently ran sacked by thieves and police are encouraging residents to lock up before they leave. >> reporter: palo alto authorities say they are getting into the homes through unlocked windows and doors. you can see the garages were leftome -- open -- left open. the city is safe but people are forgetting to lock up. she lives on the street where burglars snuck into a home. >> people relax after a while but you can't because the rate tends to go up when the economy is bad. we have an alarm that we leave on. >> reporter: police say most of the break ins are happening in the northern part of the city. this is a map of the area. authorities have stepped up patrols during the afternoon hours when homeowners are at work. residents need to do their part as well. >> summer time, we know it is warm and nice out, but you have to make sure you secure your residents when you leave. >> reporter: a man was arrested for burgslerrizing a
>> good morning morning. thank you for being with us on the kron 4 morning news. it is 4:00 a.m. all eyes are going to be on colorado. we will get a glimpse of james holmes. he is expected to be in court. we have the latest. >> james holmes will once again be escorted from a jail cell where he is being held in solitary confinement. he is expected to be formally charged. the 24 year-old is expected to gunning down 12 people. a gas mask barged into a crowded denver-area theater during a midnight showing of the batman movie on friday, then opened fire, killing 12 people and injuring at least deadliest mass shootings in recent u.s. history. >> certain laws for in the 1970's that had to do with that when a patient clears eminent danger that we have an obligation to warn that person, family members, or people that could be related to them and authorities. >> as the public a 40 build the cases families still have formal as the public defender build cases. >> although we cannot see her in all our hearts. >> he could be charged with first-degree murder with the possibility of the deat
and at times led is easy. while a us >> it is not just an issue in newark, san francisco is also considering shrinking the minimum size of 1 to units. call if hamas >>ysabel: veteran california have to new places to call home but filling the vacancies is easier said than done. >>marty: here is a live look outside san francisco. overcast skies. the weather is coming up. half i hate getting less. but i love getting more. i'd trade a lot less for a little more. or a little less for a lot more. either way, when it comes to having more, i want a lot more of more and a little less of less. ♪ and that's exactly what you'll get at embassy suites. more free breakfast, more for my money, more deliciousness, more hearty guffaws... [ guffaws ] because more than enough more is never enough more. more coffee? what do you think? [ female announcer ] free breakfast. more room. complimentary drinks. embassy suites. get more. >>ysabel: we're taking another live look outside the city. look at what is on top of and iran and behind. a lot of fog. >> low clouds. we are waking up the fog and drizzle. tomorrow w
see the today is already shaping up nicely. [ male announcer ] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ like this one. ♪ or this one. ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every step of the way. >> a bound the 5:00 friday nights and they found a man was shot several times and later died at the hospital. >> one person was taken to the hospital when the ambulance was tipped on its side. if left. it was at the corner of 16th street and south. >> robins was posing a afford a gathering at the san jose convention center been they promoted fought the event fire walking. any reason to read the went to the hospital suffering second and third degree burns. and emergency personnel were on standby >> we have 2012 news with visits from both presidential candidates care >> and the golden gate bridge is under fog. you will be right back. >> >> they have the latest on decision 2012
and nancy >> mark: good morning and thank you for joining us on this tuesday july 3rd the top stories we are falling right now, a massive for a long fire breaks out in san francisco. arson investigators are on the scene. and police are moving in on protesters at an oakland elementary school that is slated for closure. we are live right now and you can be paying a lot more for your pg&e bill. i will tell you why the utility company wants to increase your rates. >> darya: there is a big fire in san francisco. we are there live to take a look at the damage and who the fax right now. >> mark: -- >> about 90 people were forced to evacuate the fire department still here to worry about the hot spots and most of the residents have been allowed to return. as you can see, there are three buildings to the left- hand side in one building to the right hand side of the screen. there's a woman that lived in one of the buildings, her home was destroyed now let us talk about what you heard this morning until the fire started at 38 am what did you hear? >> at 3:00 a.m. i was awakened by my mo
to be giants fans and doctor's fans. they started using this 49ers games. they have been even posing as--dodgers fans. this tactic worked well. the reason why they are at it tonight and as a san francisco is looking to go for first place. you can see the officer's making their presence known. they want you to know that if you're going to be coming out and act out you will be thrown in jail. this has worked in the past at the forty-niners and the series against the dodgers. ahoy at last check the giants for up one-nothing. reporting from at&t park j.r. stone. >> this car crashed into a warehouse. injured two people cured at 2:30. the driver suffered from a medical condition. and the passenger was asked to take control of the car. finally, the car landed on the loading dock. paramedics took people to the hospital. >> a section of this street was closed for several hours because of construction found what is being described as an old piece of military ordinance. charles clipper has more. >>reporter: i am standing along san francisco. this is not far from at&t park. near mccovey cove and at
a lot james, now the story out of open were a big tree is blocking the road. let us turn to jackie who is live at the scene, it looks like they're chopping it up and hauled away how is the progress? >> reporter: they're pretty much done, and as you can see the white car is pretty much done that is the car that was under the tree. this happened around 4:00 a.m. on the 2000 block of 13th avenue here in oakland. around 4:00 a.m. that is one part of the tree fell on to the white car. that is a honda civic. the good news is that no one was hurt. no one was in the car when the tree fell. the other good news, there are a lot of power lines overhead, none of those were taken down but as you could see and have crews from the city of oakland public works that quickly got out here and started cutting away the tree. as i said earlier, the good news is that no one was hurt but the car is not so good. >> darya: what time did this happen? >> reporter: this happened around 4:00 a.m.. >> darya: it just has not been very went but i guess it was very windy yesterday. >> darya: after the break for for the
by line. and he said to view know how he used to like to run? and if there were beat me? they could get a reward. and nobody could beat me except jimmy. >> he says that there is no sign that he was headed for trouble. >> he turned to the dark side and i did not know why. and it is just really, horrible. that it is unbelievable >>reporter: in monteray, rob fladeboe, kron4. stay with kron 4 for continuing coverage. will the latest details at kron 4 .com had and we invite you to share our comments. kron 4 facebook fan page let us get an update with the forecast. >> good morning, ericka. >>erica: good morning, james we will be much cooler as we go towards this afternoon even compared to yesterday. yesterday. however, right now we cannot see the light quite yet but there is fought with mild temperatures. we are contending with 50s. that fog and cloud coverage will burn off. revealing sunshine albeit sunshine. 60s-'80s. that fog will return to the coastline as we go towards this evening. currently, 57 degrees in richmond. a few degrees cooler in oakland, hayward and redwood city. and the futu
a short time ago the u.s. to pull years only added 80,000 jobs in the month of june that is 10,000 fewer than expected. the u.s. unemployment rate is unchanged right now it stays at 8.2%. we see hiring starting to weaken in the u.s.. we are watching the dow features it is down 73 points. watching sacramental today as the state senate is expected to vote on the high-speed rail project for california. the assembly passed the bill but only after heated debate. >> mark: they are authorizing the first leg of the line gov. jerry brown supports the measure. it will use about two and a half billion dollars of existing bonds. governor brown says if the lawmakers act fast the state could also get more than $3 billion in federal funds to help with the project. if it is approved today a very close vote is expected this multibillion-dollar bullet train will connect san francisco and los angeles with a train that travels over 200 mph. a quick break because realty until 10:00 a.m.. we're checking out the fog that is still thick at the golden gate. >> mark: this 29 year old resident was on parole he was
[music] >> darya: good morning thank you for joining us this friday the 13th. families are lined up right now to get free backpack stuffed with free school supplies for their kids. >> mark: the city of oakland has witnessed seven murders in less than seven days and the mayor talked about the problem. >> darya: gen p one can change the vilified--size of the bank's multimillion dollar trading loss. >> mark: first we want to start with your weather forecast, james. >> james: this is the day we have been waiting for, relief coming this afternoon. this morning we are dealing with some coastal and day--bay fog. temperatures are much cooler in the end in the 80s today. i have your complete forecast straight ahead, now we go to georgia with a check of traffic. >> george: here at the bay bridge toll plaza we have no problem for your commute as you head westbound towards the upper deck. >> justine: here is what we are watching right now on the kron4 newsroom the contra costa county is now working a house fire in concord is one of alarm on st. francis drive. it started around 5:00 a.m. this mo
it will be for us to get in here to provide services for us to rescue >> justine: they expect to use 100--to lose $105,000 while this park is closed. >> justine: had before the july erica is in the weather center wearing red very appropriate for the holiday. how's the weather looking? >> erica: let me get a straight to the point everyone must know your forecast a look for the most part i was going through the models and it looked like we will see clear conditions for the most parking the fog will start rolling again in san francisco around 11:00 p.m.. overall looks like we would deal with mostly clear conditions you can see temperatures for the most part are sitting in the '60s. >> erica: there will be an increase in cloud coverage of for the most party should be good. the golden gate bridge shows a little cloud coverage in a little bit of fog sitting on the stand right now. >> erica: the satellite are potentials clear conditions. >> erica: it looks like we are dealing with a quiet weather pattern. >> erica: you can see this for yourself or near seven day around the forecast. >> erica: for the mo
and help us become productive members of california and members of the world. my money is going down of my tuition is going up it is becoming impossible to afford the program in the living costs. >> will: tax initiative passed by brown means that the school did want her to $25 million next year and that is why they would not need a tuition increase but if they fail, they would automatically you used to hundred $50 million. i have to tell you, one of the police officer says i am just doing my job what they ask me to do i will do. he believes this is just passing the blame game. if the initiative fails, the uc regents can say that we voted not to raise tuition and look, it failed but it is not our fault. that is the reaction as we go through out the morning with more protesters expected to arrive. >> mark: this all comes as receive news that three new campus presidents will be getting a raise. >> mark: all the presents received annual salary of $320,000 and it also received a $1,000 per month car allowance, two of the president will get an annual $60,000 housing allowance. and other stories
is a warning for every internet uses. almost 300,000 computers aren't infected with a certain kind of now where a kid kron 4 grant lotus has more information. >> the fbi is 6 you should go to this website right here pit and will make sure that your computer is problem free pit go on the is click on the green circle that says detective click on the first link use a with a better error is. it will run a test on your computer if you vote -- if your computer is virus free you will see this the green box but if it has a red background you need to call your internet service provider to get it removed. >> this began was sixth east and middle eastern european con men. they eventually caught track them down but not before the remnants of a dead bug affected hundreds of computers. >> >>marty: we are coming out of kron 4 morning news weekend. >> werke the take a live look outside. it is a beautiful day along the creek. it is a beautiful day in walnut creek. whoever said that "less is more" is more or less mathematically challenged. less isn't more, it's less. and the only thing more than more is a lot
the suspect than a month and reportedly with since the box cover that was used against the victim and then an officer opened fire. there, you can see the evidence markers on the ground indicating bullet casings from the shooting. in total, four shots were fired, two of the shots struck the suspect in the upper torso. initially police did not know he had been struck. when they went to cuff him, they noticed he was bleeding and that is when an ambulance rushed into the hospital. for most of the day the entire intersection at washington and davis was shot down as crime scene technicians diagram the incident. >> we have been told that the victim whose name has not been released yet was sent to the hospital for non life-threatening issues. the suspect in this case has died of his injuries. >>grant: here is a little perspective on where these events happened. police say the suspect stabbed his co-worker at this chocolate factory on pier 17 along the embarcadero. police say the stabbing suspect ran south on the embarcadero and made his way on to washington street. after chasing, police c
conversation, he made me feel even more scared. she also said as a sheriff, this is an old -- she used the word old boys' network, and they will -- you know, cover each other, so you have to make an evidence. and you need something to protect yourself and fight, in case you get in a custody dispute. >> reporter: lopez made it very clear that she doesn't want anyone to take her son from her. she was only on the stand for 45 minutes. tonight she will be back on the stand at 5:00 tomorrow. being questioned by the city, but also being questioned by mirkarimi's lawyers as well. reporting live in san francisco, kate thompson, kron4 news. >> and mirkarimi spoke briefly to supporters during a break in that hearing. >> hundreds of people have shown their support. i just want to say thank you to all the people who have been showing their support. this is asking a lot of a lot of people who have come unplanned, it's organic, and i know just by the comments on the street there are scores of people out there showing their support. they feel that this has gone way too far. but i want to thank everybody who c
' family members and is joining us live from the scene. >>j.r: i just spoke with those family members within the last 30 minutes. the grandfather is going to be ok. the grandmother is still in critical condition. outside of the house, minimal damage. the fire inside took the life of this year old child. foie >> his parents are truly hurt and grieving. investigators say they got the call around 8:45 p.m.. before they arrived, witnesses watched as this construction crew used a ladder to save a man and try to break through the back window but the small pacific. inside that room, a grandmother, grandfather and grandson. >> i am really sad. every right now that my grandparents come back. >> family members tell us that inside the hallway where they believe the fire started there was a hindu shrine with a candle. at this late in is unclear if that is exactly where the fire started. >>catherine: you heard j r talk about the construction workers is a demand today in san bruno. >> we saw the house on fire. we started breaking windows. >> there were full of people all, it broke my heart. >> all
>>> the santa cruz city council voted tonight to ban plastic bags and the use of styrofoam containers. the ban would only apply to grocery stores and other retailers, not to restaurants. tell also require that these retailers charge commerce $0.10 for paper bags. and the city council has also voted to ban the sale of foam, including coolers, toys, and packaging the materials. the ban will not go into effect immediately. a second reading is required before it becomes law. >>> if you ever wanted to meet the commander in chief, monday could be your opportunity. president obama is coming back to the bay area next week, holding a campaign reception at oakland's fox theatre on monday at 4:30 in the afternoon. it is on telegraph avenue in the area close to bart. mr. obama was last in the bay area on the campaign trail back in june. >>> if you thought it was hot out this today, wait till you see tomorrow. all this pink shading represents temperatures in the 1 hundreds out there tomorrow. [ male announcer ] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the n
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. >>haaziq: the mother of the two year-old applauds of the u.s. justice department for bringing indictments against suspected gang members for the shooting death of her two year-old son. she tells me it is bittersweet news. it is taking her back to a dramatic time in our lives. >> it has still been day by day. people say it's better but it seems like it gets harder as the days go by the. >> she showed me one of her favorite photos of her sons and reflects on what she misses most about her son. >> i'm is waking up to him every day at him saying he is ready to eat. i'm is dressing him in going places and taking pictures of him. i just missed being a mother. >> his mother said she will take with less >> in what she said how she saw a white powdery substance on the white powdery substances leaked out on her desk and on the other and clubs. call it the test has come back negative for anthrax. we are definitely ruling out any type of anthrax to tourism. >>catherine: police vitalian truly in union city also received similar packages. tonight at 6:00 p.m. we will have the latest from berkeley. no m
[music] >> mark: 80 for joining us on this monday july 9th, investigators are open--and oakland are trying to find out who shot five people of have a cinema. and congress is being pushed on by the president to extend the tax cuts for middle-class. >> mark: you could be a victim of malware if you cannot connect to the internet today i will tell you how the fbi trying to crack down hot on this. -- crack down on this. let us get a quick check with the weather and erica. >> erica: we do have some reports of drizzle, so you may need to use your window wipers today and we do wipersfog--and we do have widespread fog. i have more with your seven day around the bay forecast coming up. >> george: good morning, we have a pretty good start to the morning commute, volume seems to be a but no delays or hot spots. a quick commute shows like traffic for the north bay, east bay and south bay. >> darya: are developing story, five people were shot last night and we want to give you more on this. we have jackie that is live on the scene outside of the cinema where this happened. >> reporter: invest
and for a dollar off coupon, visit us on facebook. [music] >> mark: keeping an eye on the top stories we're following this morning a 15 year-old boy is now the latest victim shot and killed, we will bring you the detail straight ahead. the three alarm fire that is burning in the south bay, we will have a live report from the scene coming up. the san francisco giants players light of the midsummer classic. we will show you some of the hot stories from that night. >> darya: now today could be the hottest day that we have seen all here. --all year. >> erica: that is right, and some locations could reach 105 degrees. >> erica: you're visible the peak chart does show pretty good conditions for sfo down and now in view and redwood city. if you are commuting on highway one certainly drive with extra caution and be mindful of the cars in front of you. >> erica: 4 now the temperatures outside the door really not a shocker. here we highlight some of the warmest locations around the bay. >> george: now it seems that traffic is moving pretty well. the south bay free will--south bay freewa
as a vote might seek gilts today. they are being used to clear away brushed and create a firebreak. >>ysabel: coming up will have an update on the wild whether we have been telling you about. >>marty: join us for july 4th, he will have the best seat in the house to watch the fireworks. we're the only station every local fireworks live starting at 9:00 p.m.. cause high cause with orange crop >> what is next with this alan schafer is joining us. we are already hearing the sunday morning talk shows, the governor of florida has said that he will not implemented. the gop house leader says it is a job killing tax increase measure. this is going to become front and center in the presidential campaign. >> absolutely. it is going to be important for the president to defend thing to people that it is doing the three things that we need a lot to do to make sure that it works, it is expanding coverage, f making sure that everyone has coverage and making sure insurance companies cannot kick you off, they have to accept it. it is actually control cost. the sister reforms are starting to bring down the cos
on cannabis clubs. they held signs demanding that the president use restrictions on the medical marijuana community and oakland dispensaries. undocumented students have also been protesting. they want to dream act passed even of the president announced his administration to stop deporting some, they want some more to be done. >> obama promised in june and he would not deport any more the we see that people are being deported. >> those who do not support the president's policies led to protests most of the night. there's also a heavy police presence here. if you take a look beyond the barricade, you can see how many offices are located here in this corner of telegraph avenue of and 20 a street. >>catherine: members of the medical marijuana community are protesting the president to visit. they're upset about federal crackdowns on local marijuana dispensaries and they say they remember the president's campaign promise four years ago that he would ease up on the prosecution of medical marijuana. today, protesters tell haaziq madyun that there might be a political price for the president break
that was rigged with explosives. they used a robot to dismantle a trip wire that was set up to the suspect's apartment. police are saying that they took extra caution after learning that the apartment was rigged. >> this trip wire was set up to clearly detonate when someone entered the apartment. it was said to kill that person. >> the movie theater where the shooting rampage occurred is expected stage closed until wednesday. >> authorities have also released names of the victims. dilatation and, three women and one child to lift fee and if the victim was 6 years old. details about the victims. >> friends of this victim say he died after diving in front of his girlfriend and her older brother to shield them from gunfire. ms. crawford was shot in the knee and is recovering. for brother was not injured. his stepfather spoke about how it was just like him to do something like that. >> it is not surprising to me that his first thought would be her. some >> this 23 year-old was described by friends as sweet, kind and the spherical. this name because solidus went to the theater with three other
. she also said as a sheriff, she used the phrase all boys' network. she told me i needed evidence, i needed something to protect myself and fight in case there is a custody dispute. >> this testimony seemed repetitive but keep in mind you only saw a small slice. it went on and on with these same questions over and over. we will have an update coming up at 6:00 p.m.. the ethics commission will make a recommendation to the board of supervisors. it is the board of supervisors that will decide whether or not the sheriff will keep his job or if he must leave his job. >>catherine: we are learning of possible new locations in the speed freak killers case. shermantine will soon be taken to possible grave sites in lake county. he and herzog were convicted of murders which happened in the '80s and '90s. herzog committed suicide after being released from prison. shermantine has been on death row in san quentin. the governor has authorized his release from presence just long enough to find more graves like these which were uncovered earlier this year. terisa estacio is in lake county with a look
that will allow us to primarily keep people from gathering in the groups. >>catherine: oakland police say they're busy doing what they can with the recent crimes by. terisa estacio rode along with several officers today. >> right now, we are extremely busy. the weather has heated up. a lot of people on the streets and a lot of conflict going on. we are seeing an increase in shootings. this is pretty much nonstop for everyone in our unit. we are going from call to call. >> what is it like compared to last month? >> last month was a slower. this monthly picked up in are shootings and assaults. sometimes we have holes and sometimes we have peaks. right now we're in a peak. when have limited resources. we're doing what we can what we have. we're working as 18. >> when a car chase goes on, the helicopter console units, stop chasing them. it makes it safer for people on a ground. >>grant: this topic is getting a lot of chatter on our facebook fan page. >> i saw everyone scattering. in the bullet, in stride nfl to the ground. >> when i was and hospitalization thought was going to remind. >> whether t
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with lighter than usual traffic. with richard can use your on interstate -- look at your can you to-- commute their now looking at a 16 to 17 minutes and commute as you head north out of the coyote valley. and the marin ride is still under 25 minutes from nevada to the golden gate bridge pin >>darya: take a lot from dark to light. they put the new lights on. this is a long this guy wave portion of the span. caltrans used a special design because they wanted them to be efficient and not distract drivers pin >> rivera concerned that we had it and firemen on the bridge where safety was very important. they wanted a specific look in the architectural appearance. the hope is that you cannot know where the light is coming from. >>darya: this band is due to open in 2013. >>mark: and one case a business owner reported receiving a phone call that someone was selling at -- having of fund-raising for the. they said that the fire part of the problem was called and they said they do not engage in any form of solicitation. >>darya: a bicyclist was killed by car last night and campbell. the bicyclist drove
about last hour week to scrap the deal on the scene and the police told us that this was a drive-by shooting were someone sho >> darya: thank you justine. >> mark: now one of the 49ers players is hospitalized due to a shooting that happened at his home. an san francisco man is accused of brutally beating a former priest. that is him in the red tide. he said that father lender sexually molesting he and his brother during a 1974 camping trip. at the time he was 7 years old and his brother was 4 years old. he says that fog of that this --he says that father and lender and destroy his life. >> darya: millions of people in atlanta are whipping up with no power this morning after extreme heat fuel thunderstorms that not all the power out and made at least 17 deaths. more than 1 million customers are without electricity as they are coping with the extreme heat. >> darya: a grocery store chain is trying to help in parts of virginia and maryland on sunday they gave out more than 10 lbs of ice to those who need it. >> we like the fact that the community is gathering together to be helpful
. christine? if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, you can email us at peoplebehavingbadly@kron4.co m police are still searching the suspect's home. and >>this just in to the kron 4 news room people are still searching. with items of interest. they have told detectives that there were possible explosives inside of his residence. they are searching his apartment. this is only 10 minutes away from the movie theater. >> we have just learned that a man was responding. >> we just saw that police were scrambling. we knew that something was happening. >> the police officer said that he was responding to a cult that there was a man at the hospital demanding to see >> if you've been watching us all morning i have never met so many nice, composed people after such a horrible tragedy. a 15 year old that was still shaking. >> this is the latest. police are responding to another gunman at the aurora hospital. he was trying to go and and see a patient. we will not make any connections. with one movie shooting and the hosipital >> this is a magnitude of terrible proportion. this is a statement iss
. with cloud coverage. we can see this live look at san jose behind us. sunny skies and slightly cooler temperatures but a bit warmer on the inland valleys with '70s, '80s even low 90s in some areas. the fog will return, overnight. cool down coming up your kron 4 7 day around the bay. >> a quick commute check showing light traffic. however, when no. 4 at the 580. the nimitz is light. the south-but also looking decent with commute decent. >>this just in to the kron 4 news room san jose police are looking for a man that just shot two people. they are blocking several streets. this is a residential neighborhood. and will tran is live. >>reporter: right now, they are going door to door looking for the gunman. there are probably at least 30 police cars at this location. they are walking down the street and demanding that people open up their doors. at the very least speak to them. i can tell you that this gunman fled the area on foot. that is why it is believed that he is in nearby. perhaps four blocks away. right now, the streets near washington are blocked off. traffic is a difficult. we d
of the packages . once the bombs are loaded into the gun ,, that uses our lote wired up to the launchers . at the when they do the fireworks will be shot high into the air . there's several different sizes of guns out here . the bigger the gatt ,, the higher the fireworks will go . here is the biggest gun which is 10 in. in diameter this will send some of the rockets up more than a thousand feet . >>pam: you can join us at july 4th live the annual get the best view of all the fireworks are around area . we are the only station that brings you fireworks lighted -- live and and starts here at 9:0 it jacqueline is your to talk about the fireworks forecast . >>jaqueline: there is fog or tomorrow morning . it will not come back until after the fireworks show is over . that's fog will be coming after 11:00 . it could cling to the coastline . i can see a possibility of breezy conditions . this'll be breezy conditions along the delta . we should see ,, are conditions with clear skies and fog roll and the later in the evening . >> an act inland valley at is the '80s . the '60s along the coast
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